This page contains a number of leaflets that we think patients might find useful. Just click any title to download and open the leaflet.
24 hour Blood Pressure Monitoring
Life Style Advice for those at risk of Diabetes
Dementia Awareness at manor House Surgery
What happens when I'm referred to hospital
Why you should have your Flu Vaccination at the Surgery
Are you taking HRT medication?
We have had an update from the MHRA (who regulate medicines) regarding a study confirming the increased risk of breast cancer for patients taking either tablet or patch HRT and is taken for more than a year. Please click link for a patient information leaflet or for further information please discuss with a clinician.
HRT Patient information
NHS Health Check
The NHS Health Check programme is a programme provided by participating general practices on behalf of the Derbyshire County Council.
Manor House Surgery is currently preparing to deliver the health checks.
Patients should contact the surgery after October 2019 to arrange an appointment.
The Bureau is Glossop's Voluntary & Community Network. They provide local support, advice and services. The Bureau will enable you to find out about the different voluntary sector services that exist locally, and make it easier to find support when it’s needed. The Bureau will support people to stay physically and socially active, improve mental wellbeing and live independently for longer. The Bureau will also champion and raise the profile of the different community groups and voluntary organisations that exist locally within the Glossopdale area.
Armed Forces Covenant
Armed Forces Covenant
The Covenant was signed by Manor House Surgery Glossop and Manor House Surgery Hadfield on 4th March 2020. It is a national commitment which aims to
ensure that the men and women of the services and those who are ex services are not disadvantaged by their service.
Tameside Armed Services Community (TASC)
TASC is the partner to Tameside MBC in delivering the Armed
The Covenant was signed by Tameside Council on Armed
Forces Day 2012. It is a national commitment which aims to
ensure that the men and women of the services and those
who are ex services are not disadvantaged by their service.
TASC is a group formed from the ex-services community, with
links to service charities, council staff and elected member
support. It is a constituted organisation with an agenda and
action plan around delivering the Covenant principles whilst
looking to engage the wider community in awareness and a
range of activities.
TASC is for:
• Serving personnel
• Ex services men and women
• Community groups
• “ Third sector” organisations who support the community
• Individuals who have an interest in the Services
Manor House Surgery are working on identifying which of our patients are ex-service personnel. Doing so helps to ensure that ex-Armed Forces personnel are able to access specific ex-service personnel’s health services and receive any priority treatment that they may be entitled to. If you are an ex service personnel please inform a member of our reception team.
NHS mental health services for veterans
From 2017 the Veterans’ Gateway will provide a single point of contact to ensure that all British Armed Forces veterans, wherever they are based, can get help quickly and efficiently from whichever organisation is best placed to provide it.
It will give all veterans, regardless of age or location, a simple point of contact to turn to for advice and help in accessing public, private and charitable services.
The Gateway is not part of the British legion but RBL are one of the key partners.
The Royal British Legion
Dedicated call centre – 0808 802 8080 is open 7 days a week, from 8am to 8pm for all enquiries about the Legion.